Across The Wire

  1. Major Upgrade To The Internal Combustion Engine- 60 MPG - Emissions Reduced By 50%

    Startup company, Darlema Corp unveils new automobile engine called the CWPSC (Combustion with Pre-Stage Compression) that doubles gas mileage and reduces carbon emissions by 50%

  2. Leyline Renewable Capital Announces $150M Investment From Newlight Partners To Provide Development Capital For Renewable Energy Projects

    Leyline Renewable Capital, a provider of development financing across several renewable energy sectors, announced a $150 million investment by Newlight Partners LP

  3. Consumer Group Finds New York’s Statewide Emissions Have Fallen By As Much As 95 Percent

    Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) recently released an analysis of U.S. government emissions data that looks at key pollutants and the overall environmental improvements seen across New York, which shows that statewide emissions have fallen by as much as 95 percent since 1990 even as the state’s energy demand remained strong and natural gas usage surged

  4. New Pig Study Reveals Facilities Are Lacking In Stormwater Management

    New Pig Corporation, the world's leading provider of products to control leaks, drips and spills, today released the Stormwater Management Survey, an in-depth look at how well businesses understand the problems presented by contaminated stormwater discharge and the strategies used to mitigate the issue.

  5. ExxonMobil Expands Low-Emissions Technology Research With Universities In India

    ExxonMobil said recently that it has signed agreements with the Indian Institute of Technology locations in Madras and Bombay, further expanding its extensive portfolio of research collaboration with India’s universities.

  6. Metropolitan, Sanitation Districts Launch New Water Recycling Demonstration Plant To Develop New Local Water Source

    In a major step toward the potential construction of one of the largest water recycling plants in the nation, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County were joined recently by federal, state and local water leaders to celebrate the start of operations at the Regional Recycled Water Advanced Purification Center

  7. Scientists Report On Carbon Footprint Reduction Of Low-Emissions Cement And Carbonated Concrete During International Congress On The Chemistry Of Cement

    Researchers from Solidia Technologies, LafargeHolcim (France), andtheU.S. Federal Highway Administration(FHWA) presented results of tests on a new cement that lowers carbon emissions during production and gains strength through carbonation during the 15th International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement (ICCC)

  8. CalBio And Bloom Energy To Generate Renewable Electricity From Dairy Waste

    Bloom Energy and California Bioenergy LLC (CalBio), recently announced a collaboration to deploy the companies’ commercial solution for the conversion of dairy waste into renewable electricity without combustion

  9. Two CEMEX Cement Plants Earn EPA's 2019 Energy Star Certification

    CEMEX USA, a building materials company that provides high-quality products and reliable service to customers and communities across the U.S., today announced two of its cement plants—Miami and Brooksville South—achieved the United States' Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) ENERGY STAR® Certification for 2019, recognizing CEMEX's efforts in energy efficiency and sustainability

  10. Farmers Step Forward To Draw Down Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide On More Than 10 Million Acres

    Indigo Agriculture, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, announces that farmers have submitted more than 10M acres of cropland to The Terraton Initiative, a global effort to draw down atmospheric carbon dioxide through agricultural soils